This is episode 100 of our Human Tech podcast! We talk about how deep learning/AI might be different if machines learned via audio. And we talk a little bit about our current “Covid” world.
In this episode of the Human Tech podcast we talk with Cheenu Chari, a UX Researcher from Austin Texas. We talk about how doing UX research on conversations differs from UX research on other interfaces, and even range into questions about whether people want one omnipotent chatbot to talk to or several specialized chatbots.
For more information, here is some info on where to reach and follow Cheenu:
LinkedIn: Srikant (‘Cheenu’) Chari
And here is a link to the the Medium article he mentions in the episode: “Scripts And Schemas and how they apply to Conversational Design”: https://chatbotslife.com/the-scripted-life-what-scripts-and-schemas-can-teach-us-about-designing-conversational-832e21cf2c7d
Do we know enough about human emotions to start building them into our technology? Isn’t human emotion the one thing that differentiates us from machines? What does it mean to build emotional artificial intelligence? These are some of the questions we discuss with Pamela in this episode of the Human Tech podcast.
Pamela’s upcoming book is Emotionally Intelligent Design, and is available for pre-order on Amazon.
The best ways to reach Pamela are:
Twitter: @paminthelab or https://twitter.com/paminthelab